Bodegas Bretón

Today, between 25and 30of the gapes we process come from vineyards owned or controlled by Bodegas Breton. These total over 100 hectares, and are mainly located in Agoncilo (Lorinon estate), Briones (Domiiio de Conte estate), Ventosa (EI Zorzal estate) and Wllamedana, all in Rioja Alta The remaining gapes are acquired from growers of vineyards in Rioja Alta and Rioja Baja, with whom we closely work during the growth cycle to obtain the best possible quality and ripeness. Our wines have been at the forefront of Rioja on numerous occasions. The Lorifion range combines traditional Riojan winemaking practices -using a blend of different grape varieties from different vineyards- with a modem style. – Description from Dragac

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